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Industry 4.0 solution in practice at Magna Steyr

Reference Magna Steyr Bosch Software Innovations
 
 
 
 
 

Requirements


 

The communication between more than 170 IT systems and sub-systems was to be processed via inubit BPM:

  • Processing of the data for and coming from the internal application system, transported via SAP
  • Processing of the OEM data for SAP and the MAGNA owned ERP system called SAM

 

Solution


In comparison to most large and international software companies, inubit BPM was the most flexible and innovative solution. Having accomplished the first pilot project in application processing successfully, the use of inubit BPM was expanded to MAGNA's core business, namely purchase:

  • Expansion of the IBM-Middleware Websphere MQ by inubit BPM, upgrade of the mere data exchange to data processing which directly forwards the data to the according processes
  • Individual problem solving on the part of inubit staff when limits in performance occurred due to the large data volume
  • High system stability thanks to distribution across three servers
 

Results


 

Already today inubit BPM is implemented in almost all areas. Further areas of implementation for its unique process continuity are planned:

  • Use in the area of electronic data interchange (EDI), in human resources, for the integration of ERP applications, for the Engineering Data Base of vehicle development and for the complex and data intense transport management, as interface between the central production system and various sub-systems
  • Future use of inubit BPM as data platform between all other systems, expansion through SOA and Web Services